Director’s Letter

Dear Families,

For many children, preschool is their first experience in a structured setting with teachers and groups of children. It’s an opportunity to learn to share, follow instructions, and begin the foundation for learning that will occur throughout your educational journey.

As pre-k and kindergarten become more academic, many parents look to preschool to introduce their children on the path to success. At the same time, some parents may worry that the current trend to focus on pre-math and pre-literacy skills in preschool cuts into important play time and pushes a child to grow up too fast. At the Young Achievers Learning Center, we allow and assist the children to grow both socially and academically.

We are striving to provide a highly structured environment helping our children to learn, make friends and play well with each other daily.   We enforce the usage of language skills that are nurtured in a “language-rich” environment. We also engage in a wide range of hands-on activities that challenge our young achievers to observe closely, ask questions, test he/her ideas or solve a problem, strengthens and cognitive skills. I am a firm believer in enforcing the children to “use their words” during both frustrating and pleasant conversation.

Our program provides several opportunities daily for children to run, climb, and play active games. Activities are offered to help children develop fine motor skills, such as threading beads or cutting with scissors.

You can feel assured that your child will be well cared for, at our center. Your child will enjoy the activities offered, while making friends and building the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to excel.



Mrs. Natalie Acevedo


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